How to choose my license?

Standard License
Extended License
Webfont License
Broadcast License
Unlimited License


What’s the difference between personal and commercial use?

How do I receive my font once I made the purchase?

I don’t have a Paypal. Do you have an alternative payment method?

Do I get something (physical, tangible) when I purchase a font license?

Do you offer discounts for more than one license?

Can I use your fonts with any program?

How can I access the additional glyphs in the commercial versions?

End User License Agreement (EULA)


How to choose my license ?

Standard License

If you’re an individual or a small studio or agency, then, this should be the best license for you. You’re allowed to install the font on a maximum of 5 devices.
You can designs logos, signs, posters, etc… and products (badges, shirts, etc…) for yourself or your client(s) and sell this material for profit.
This license is not limited in time, it means that once you buy it, you can use it as long as you want.
Of course, this license doesn’t allow re-distribution of the font in any form.

Extended License

If you’re an agency, then, this should be the best license for you. You’re allowed to install the font on a maximum of 50 devices.
You can designs logos, signs, posters, etc… and products (badges, shirts, etc…) for yourself or your client(s) and sell this material for profit.
This license is not limited in time, it means that once you buy it, you can use it as long as you want.
Of course, this license doesn’t allow re-distribution of the font in any form.

Webfont License

This licence is made for individuals, studios or agencies that want to include our fonts in websites or applications for dynamic display of texts. You’re allowed to install the font on a maximum of 10 devices.
This license is not limited in time, it means that once you buy it, you can use it as long as you want.
Of course, this license doesn’t allow re-distribution of the font in any form.

Broadcast License

This license is reserved to any company that want to use my fonts for broadcasting, tv or cinema titling. There is no limited number of devices on which you can install the font.
This license is not limited in time, it means that once you buy it, you can use it as long as you want.
Of course, this license doesn’t allow re-distribution of the font in any form.

Unlimited License

This licence is made for companies that need the fonts for an unlimited number of devices and the possibility to re-distribute to related businnesses.
Additionaly, this license includes all the licenses listed above.
This license is not limited in time, it means that once you buy it, you can use it as long as you want.
Of course, this license doesn’t allow re-distribution of the font in any form.


What’s the difference between personal and commercial use?

Examples of personal use:
• Scrapbook pages for you or friends/family
• Cards given to family and friends
• Yearbooks
• Personal Invitations
• Products you make only for your classroom
• Church bulletins
• Christmas letters
• School reports
• Promotions for non-profits

Commercial use is generally any use by a business or individual that is intended to generate profit. This includes but is not limited to the following:
• Scrapbook pages (quick pages) used to sell to others
• Promotional products made for your business (logos, freebies, product labels, advertisements, etc.)
• Greeting cards & invitations/baby shower invites sold in craft fairs, Etsy, etc.
• T-shirts sold for profit or for fundraisers
• Informational brochures for businesses
• Newsletters
• Income-generating blog
• Blog Designers
• Logos (which you may copyright, but the typeface, itself, is not copyrighted to you)
• Books
• Advertisements, etc.
• Teacher to teacher products

If the product you are using the font for is intended to generate income for you in any way, it is commercial use.

How do I receive my font once I made the purchase?

Easy ! Once your order is complete, you’ll be redirected to my website where you’ll be able to download your font(s). Additionally, you’ll receive an e-mail to your address with your license codes, invoice, and a copy of your dowload link(s).

I don’t have a Paypal. Do you have an alternative payment method?

You’ll need to checkout with Paypal but once your account created, you’ll be allowed to pay with any of your credit cards.

Do I get something (physical, tangible) when I purchase a font license?

Of course, a regular invoice with all your details will be sent to your address.

Do you offer discounts for more than one license?

Why not!  Just email me and we’ll talk about it.

Can I use your fonts with any program?

StereoType fonts can be used in any program where you normally use fonts. To name just a few of the many examples: you can use them in word processing programs like Microsoft Word, Word Perfect, or OpenOffice. Or you can use them in photo editing programs like MS Paint, Corel Paint Shop Pro, Adobe Photoshop, Photofiltre, the Gimp, and many, many more. However, you’ll need specific programs to access the additional glyphs in the commercial versions.

How can I access the additional glyphs in the commercial versions?

I suggest that before you purchase a commercial version in order to use the additional glyphs, you should check if the program you use support these feature.
Actually, the easiest is to use Adobe Illustrator or InDesign. Just click on Text > Glyphs and you’ll get the complete character map of the font. Adobe Photoshop, in it’s latest version (CC 2015) offers such a feature : click on Type > Panels > Glyphs panel or Window > Glyphs.
For any other program, please verify if you can access the character map.
Hopefully, for any font with additional glyphs, I’ll add a separated font file with only the alternates with a character map, so that you could easily use them, even in Microsoft Word.
No refund will be accepted if you bought the font and realize that you can’t use the additional glyphs.

End User License Agreement

This End User License Agreement is a legal agreement between you and StereoType and becomes a binding contract between you and StereoType. This Agreement governs the terms of use for certain font software that is transmitted to you by StereoType, collectively with any media, source code, images, electronic documentation, updates, digital or print representations, add-ons, artwork, web services and any other material that may be transmitted to you in connection with the font software now or in the future (collectively, “Font Software”). Upon purchase, StereoType grants you a non-exclusive license to use the font software within the terms, conditions and restrictions of this agreement. This Agreement becomes effective when you install the Font Software. If you do not wish to enter into this Agreement, do not install the Font Software.

By purchasing StereoType Fonts software you agree to the following terms:

1. The StereoType Font Software is licensed for use at one location with a maximum of five users. For more than one location or more than five users, you will need a Multi-Device Site License. Please contact me.

2. You are not allowed to rename, modify, adapt, translate, reverse engineer, decompile, disassemble, alter or otherwise copy the StereoType Font Software.

3. Return or exchange are accepted only if StereoType Font Software is defective. Defective software will be replaced whith a valid reference of purchase. Refund will not be accepted if your software doesn’t support the additional glyphs feature. You can read the FAQ to see which softwares support the use of StereoType Font Software.

4. If you are a design consultancy, advertising agency or purchasing this license for use by or on behalf of such an entity, the ultimate end user should also purchase a license appropriate for their intended use of the Font Software, if their use of the Font Software is likely to involve uses not permitted under this Agreement.

5. Embedding of the Font Software in a PDF document is allowed, provided that the extraction of the Font Software is prohibited. The PDF must be configured to be non-editable and secured, to prevent the alteration of any text, by any party other than you.

6. StereoType makes no warranties, express or implied as to merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or otherwise, without limiting the foregoing, StereoType shall in no event be liable to the licensed user or any other third party for any direct, indirect, consequential, or incidental damages, including damages from loss of business profits, business interruption, loss of business information, arising out of the use or inability to use the product even if notified in advance. Under no circumstances shall StereoType’s liability exceed the replacement cost of the software.

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